A family buys a dream spot along lake front property and builds the home of their dreams. Things are peaceful and every thing goes as a dream should go.
A grandchild is born and this family takes a house next door to the inlaws to be able to share their life and their love more easily.
A quiet peaceful place in the country on a lake, surrounded by beauty, the famlies thrive and enjoy life.
Then all hell breaks loose. The new neighbors have fourteen dogs, a mule, two pigs, a crazy daughter, a bedridden mother, a worthless father and a sad, young boy that should never be in this house at all.
The dogs chase the grandchild as he travels from his house to Grandma's. The dogs attack the good family's dogs. The dogs go after the daughter. The dogs are always tearing up things to find food.
The good family tries to work with the other family by being a good neighbor. They buy clothes for the boy, they allow the child to play with the grandson. They bring the child toys and the adults demand more. The children can no longer play together because the bad adults encourage their own child to steal and lie.
Their large pet pig, over four hundred pounds, roams the neighborhood destroying people's property. The pig dies from a gun shot and the bad father demands the county has to bury the pig. The mule goes on other people's property and the family calls the police to say their mule has been stolen by the good guys.
No one can walk on the public road because the starving dogs are after you. The animals are all hungry and skinny and not taken care of. All the dogs stay in the house until the neighbors try to walk from one house to the other...then they let them all out.
There are no leash laws in the country.
This problem is real. The health department and child services and the police are all involved.
This is my oldest daughter's home(not the one with all the dogs and the house full of idiots) and her in-laws house. Jake nor Melissa can walk down to the in-laws without trouble from the people or the dogs. Melissa carries a BB gun to run the dogs off and the police told her to use a bigger gun. How can you defend yourself against a pack of fourteen starving dogs??
Hubby is bushhogging a path off the road so our daughter and grandchild, hopefully, can travel in peace from one house to the other. The police have said, if the pack of dogs comes onto the property, do whatever it takes to protect themselves.
How can this happen?? What is the solution? Why can't the authorities remove the child and the starving dogs from this home? If the wife is bedridden under unhealthy conditions, why does the state not remove her and place her is a long term care facility???
Why does my daughter and grandson have to live in fear in their own front yard??? Why are the in-laws not allowed peace in their own dream home by the lake???
It is a sad state when the bad guys can run a neighborhood.